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At the Media & Money conference, the former Disney exec calls the Writer's Guild of America strike "stupid" and suggests that it's the technology companies, not the studios, who are to blame.
As TV networks post an increasing number of TV shows online, the writers guild is demanding a share in ad revenues.
Season pass holders will receive a two-episode credit from Apple's iTunes Store for having to endure the writers' strike, and may get more compensation if fewer than expected episodes are delivered for a particular show.
Steve Jobs should get cozy with striking writers.
Marc Andreessen looks at the moguls' motives and the Hollywood Writers' strike.
Beyond films and star sightings, the Internet is the talk of the town, whether in reference to the writers' strike or its power as a content distribution tool.
The writers' strike, and the studios' response to the strike, may radically accelerate a structural shift in the media industry -- a shift of power from studios and conglomerates towards creators and talent.